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Hundreds of confidential Georgia files discovered landfill…in 2020 via North Augusta...

Yes, the title is snarky! Recent records found in a landfill in 2020! Check out this story here.

Whistleblower tells Project Baltimore mass shredding took place at Baltimore County...

The destruction of financial documents during the 2018 audit has garnered a strong reaction from the governor and a state delegate. Now, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski says taxpayers deserve an explanation.

Boxes upon boxes of old, un-redacted tax records found in Albuquerque...

Yes, this still happens in 2019 and there is no excuse. Concerned citizens reported boxes of tax returns from the early...

i-SIGMA (PRISM/NAID) releases 2019 Buyers Guide

i-SIGMA releases their annual buyers guide to aid with information destruction and shredding solutions. Check it out!

The Importance of Shredding Paper Documents in the Workplace via Security...

What seems like common sense isn't so common sometimes. This article is a great to show employees. From...

Massachusetts State Police destroyed key records in OT probe

Boston Globe: By Matt Rocheleau Globe Staff,Updated May 14, 2019, 10:10 a.m. A year into an internal audit...

Researchers Find ‘Dangerous Levels’ Of Sensitive Data For Sale On eBay

by Davey Winder on April 25th, 2019 via Forbes Sensitive data has been found on 42% of hard drives...

NEW ERA FOR SHREDDING COMPANIES

Next week marks the first annual conference of i-Sigma, the new association created after the merger of the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) and PRISM...

Say it Again: You Are Not a Shredding Company. You Are...

Here’s the truth: There is only so much value a shredding company can provide customers when it markets itself as a shredding...

CSDS® Exams Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

Though the CSDS® exam itself isn’t any easier this year, taking it now is. The i-SIGMA Board of Directors has approved a program wherein existing...

i-SIGMA Board to Consider Addition of Solid State Drive Erasure to...

After more than a year of planning and postponements related to the recent merger, the i-SIGMA Board of Directors will decide whether or not...

Physical Fails for Information Security and Privacy

Physical Fails for Information Security and Privacy August 7, 2018 Hosted by Rebecca Herold Guest Information Andrew Ysasi Episode Description This episode covers a problem as bad today...

Feds snag $100K deal from defunct Northbrook firm accused of leaving...

A recent $100,000 settlement with a defunct Northbrook-based record and file storage and disposal firm should put companies dealing in legally protected personal information on notice that the federal government will not allow a business closure to deter it from enforcing HIPAA privacy rules.